The Emmys paid tribute tonight to 42 members of the industry who died over the past year including Mary Tyler Moore, Jerry Lewis, Debbie Reynolds, Carrie Fisher, Martin Landau, Bill Paxton, John Hurt, Grant Tinker, Don Rickles, GlenShow More Summary
In between all of the hot red carpet action and announcing the night's big winners, the 2017 Emmys took a special moment to honor the stars Hollywood lost this year. Sam Shepard, Powers Boothe, Florence Henderson, Jerry Lewis, and Mary...Show More Summary
A new animated series from the prolific TV creator behind “King of the Hill,” “Silicon Valley,” “Beavis and Butt-Head” and other shows is ready to roll out on Cinemax. The pay cabler firmed up plans this week for Mike Judge’s...
Funnyman Jerry Lewis was obsessed and embarrassed by one movie until the day he died — his disgraceful, never-released Holocaust flick, The Day the Clown Cried! Lewis not only wrote, directed and starred in the 1972 film about a clown who criticized the Nazis and ended up entertaining children in a concentration camp — he Read More
Andy Muschietti’s adaptation of Stephen King’s It (the first part of it, anyway) comes to the screen carrying more baggage than a Jerry Lewis bellboy, so it probably deserves the benefit of our doubt. After all, it not only has to live up to the weirdly beloved 1990 mini-series adaptation and the could-have-been, “Edgar Wright’s […]
"I am probably the most selfish man you will ever meet in your life. No one gets the satisfaction or the joy that I get out of seeing kids realize there is hope." - Jerry Lewis The post Jerry’s Kids Forever appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The next afternoon the phone rang. “Hello?” came the unmistakable voice. “This is Jerry Lewis and I would be honored to write a foreword for your book.” Only hours before; with zero expectations, we had dropped our (then-slender) draft into a Fed-Ex envelope with a brief query. Show More Summary
Family, friends plan gathering to remember comic Jerry Lewis; Actor Mark Ruffalo joins march against white supremacy; Utah theater wins "Deadpool" case over law banning booze. (Sept. 1)
Jerry Lewis’ longtime association with Labor Day and the Muscular Dystrophy Association will be kept alive this weekend: ArcLight Cinemas will host charity screenings of the late comic’s The Nutty Professor and The King of Comedy. "Jerry...Show More Summary
A celebration of the life of comedy legend Jerry Lewis, who died Aug. 20 at age 91, is set for Monday in Las Vegas for family and invited guests. Lewis, who died in Las Vegas of heart disease, has been...
“Tales From the Tour Bus” will feature episodes on Jerry Lee Lewis, George Jones, and others
Neatorama presents a guest post from actor, comedian, and voiceover artist Eddie Deezen. Visit Eddie at his website or at Facebook. Joseph Levitch (Jerry Lewis) was born in Newark, New Jersey, at Beth Israel Hospital on March 16, 1926. Show More Summary
What is it about the month of August that finds so many celebrities dying? Just this month we've seen the passing of Glen Campbell, Barbara Cook, Dick Gregory and Jerry Lewis. Thomas Meehan, who wrote the book for the musical "Annie," died last week. Show More Summary
He taught me to pray with my feet and make an impact on the world.
The legendary late comedian had his audiences in stitches. He was also, if several of his children are to be believed, a cold-hearted, distant father—if he acknowledged you at all.
Richard Brody recommends movies to stream that honor Jerry Lewis’s legacy, such as “Norbit,” starring Eddie Murphy, and “Welcome to Me,” starring Kristen Wiig.
Jerry Lee Lewis is one of the early pioneers of rock 'n' roll music, but he doesn't understand why his contributions to country music haven't been recognized by the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Shakespeare and rock ’n’ roll have made strange bedfellows from time to time, perhaps most famously in 1968 in Los Angeles with “Othello,” in which none other than Jerry Lee Lewis, a.k.a. the Ferriday Fireball and one of the founding fathers of rock music, was cast as the nefarious trouble-instigator...
Some of music's biggest stars will convene in Nashville to honor the great Jerry Lee Lewis on Thursday for Skyville Live. Read more...